The result means FIFA gets its fifth week since launch at the top, the same amount as Call of Duty: Ghosts, second again this week, which pulls closer to EA’s sports simulator with less than 2000 units separating the two according to Chart Track.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag stays third in what has been a very consistent run for the latest game in Ubisoft’s franchise, having never been out of the top five since its launch at the end of October. To complete the non-movers this week is Battlefield 4, which comes in at fourth in the charts for the third week running.
Grand Theft Auto V continues its climb back up the charts, rising for the third week in a row to get back up to fifth this week. Need for Speed: Rivals has had good run of sales recently, which sees it achieve its highest position since it launched last month, coming in this week at number six.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes slipls from fifth the seventh, whilst Just Dance 2014 drops one place to eighth.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition is on the rise again, jumping up one place to ninth whilst we see Gran Turismo 6 back in the top 10 to round it off.
Elsewhere in the charts, both The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and Super Mario 3D World edge that little closer out of the charts, with the games dropping to 32nd and 34th, respectively.
The UK All Formats Chart Top 10 (Week ending 28th December 2013) is as follows:
- (-) FIFA 14
- (-) Call of Duty: Ghosts
- (-) Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
- (-) Battlefield 4
- (6) Grand Theft Auto V
- (8) Need For Speed: Rivals
- (5) LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
- (7) Just Dance 2014
- (10) Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
- (11) Gran Turismo 6
The full Top 40 can be viewed here.
Do you think Call of Duty will be able to catch FIFA next week? Do you think GTA can break into the top four? Find out next week.